Chris Starmer
Chris Starmer
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Developments in non-expected utility theory: The hunt for a descriptive theory of choice under risk
C Starmer
Journal of economic literature 38 (2), 332-382, 2000
22022000
The nature of salience: An experimental investigation of pure coordination games
J Mehta, C Starmer, R Sugden
The American Economic Review 84 (3), 658-673, 1994
6061994
A test of the theory of reference-dependent preferences
I Bateman, A Munro, B Rhodes, C Starmer, R Sugden
The quarterly journal of economics 112 (2), 479-505, 1997
5141997
Experimental economics: Rethinking the rules
N Bardsley, R Cubitt, G Loomes, P Moffatt, C Starmer, R Sugden
Princeton University Press, 2020
4962020
Does the random-lottery incentive system elicit true preferences? An experimental investigation
C Starmer, R Sugden
The American Economic Review 81 (4), 971-978, 1991
4901991
On the validity of the random lottery incentive system
RP Cubitt, C Starmer, R Sugden
Experimental Economics 1 (2), 115-131, 1998
3771998
Observing violations of transitivity by experimental methods
G Loomes, C Starmer, R Sugden
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 425-439, 1991
3261991
Third-generation prospect theory
U Schmidt, C Starmer, R Sugden
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 36 (3), 203, 2008
2672008
Testing for juxtaposition and event-splitting effects
C Starmer, R Sugden
Journal of risk and uncertainty 6 (3), 235-254, 1993
2591993
Focal points in pure coordination games: An experimental investigation
J Mehta, C Starmer, R Sugden
Theory and Decision 36 (2), 163-185, 1994
2381994
Does part–whole bias exist? An experimental investigation
I Bateman, A Munro, B Rhodes, C Starmer, R Sugden
The Economic Journal 107 (441), 322-332, 1997
2121997
Explaining Focal Points: Cognitive Hierarchy Theory versus Team Reasoning
N Bardsley, J Mehta, C Starmer, R Sugden
The Economic Journal 120 (543), 40-79, 2010
2102010
Preference anomalies, preference elicitation and the discovered preference hypothesis
J Braga, C Starmer
Environmental and Resource Economics 32 (1), 55-89, 2005
1952005
Testing competing models of loss aversion: An adversarial collaboration
I Bateman, D Kahneman, A Munro, C Starmer, R Sugden
Journal of Public Economics 89 (8), 1561-1580, 2005
1942005
Violations of the independence axion in common ratio problems: An experimental test of some competing hypotheses
C Starmer, R Sugden
Annals of Operations Research 19 (1), 79-102, 1989
1781989
Do anomalies disappear in repeated markets?
G Loomes, C Starmer, R Sugden
The Economic Journal 113 (486), C153-C166, 2003
1612003
Dynamic choice and the common ratio effect: An experimental investigation
R Cubitt, C Starmer, R Sugden
The Economic Journal 108 (450), 1362-1380, 1998
1431998
Measuring the closeness of relationships: a comprehensive evaluation of the'Inclusion of the Other in the Self'scale
S Gächter, C Starmer, F Tufano
PloS one 10 (6), e0129478, 2015
1422015
Probability and juxtaposition effects: An experimental investigation of the common ratio effect
C Starmer, R Sugden
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 2 (2), 159-178, 1989
1391989
Preference reversal: information-processing effect or rational non-transitive choice?
G Loomes, C Starmer, R Sugden
The Economic Journal 99 (395), 140-151, 1989
1371989
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